Friday, January 16, 2009

Blind Review Friday

Blind Review Friday.

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This weeks submission comes from a Clevelandpoetics - The Blog reader.

between classes

do they ponder the nature of the question “if A squared + B squared = C squared, then what is the relationship of x to y?”

bookbags burdened with filtered knowledge slung from shoulders too tired to care, lag in the daze of confusion

do they worry about the upcoming midterm in Geography of the United States? What is the relationship between Massachusetts and Rhode Island?

soles walk for miles in circles rimmed by buildings constructed of the eternity of truths unwhispered

do they contemplate the image of pine trees and work through lines of poetry in their minds as they mis-confidently stride to the lecture on the relationship of America to politics?


Anonymous said...

Very good ideas makes you stop and think about all the confusion and the way mostjump from one thought to the next and then back to reality......

Anonymous said...

just a touch of reality. Aren't we all "between classes" most of the time going somewhere with our thoughts elsewhere...I liked it


The poet doesn't invent. He listens. ~Jean Cocteau